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What it takes to become an Aircraft mechanic

By Aaron McCarty posted Dec 26, 2016

Becoming an Airframe and powerplant mechanic (A&P) is not as hard as you may have originally thought. The processes can be easy if you have three basic personality traits; patience, work ethic and a curious mind. If you are able to understand those three things you are already well on your way to becoming a licensed aircraft mechanic.


In addition, FAR 65.71 and FAR 65.77 list the physical requirements that must be met in order to be eligible to receive an aircraft maintenance license they are    

 

1. You must be

     - At least 18 years old;

     - Able to read, write, speak, and understand English.


2. You must get 18 months of practical experience with either power plants or airframes, or 30 months of practical experience working on both at the same time. As an alternative to this experience requirement, you can graduate from an FAA-Approved Aviation Maintenance Technician School.


3. And you must pass three types of tests;

    - 3 mutable choice written tests (airframe, engine, and general)

    - An oral test

    - A practical test


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"Whats the Best Part of being an A&P?"

“ Being an A&P has allowed me to take the passion I have for Aviation and turn that into a good paying job that gives me the flexibility to travel to amazing and beautiful places for part of my career, and then easily switch focus in life and have a stable job and family that knows I will be home every night. Without the pain of restarting a career”

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Becoming an Airframe and powerplant mechanic (A&P) is not as hard as you may have originally thought. The processes can be easy if you have three basic personality traits; patience, work ethic and a curious mind. If you are able to understand those three things you are already well on your way to becoming a licensed aircraft mechanic.


In addition, FAR 65.71 and FAR 65.77 list the physical requirements that must be met in order to be eligible to receive an aircraft maintenance license they are    

 

1. You must be

     - At least 18 years old;

     - Able to read, write, speak, and understand English.


2. You must get 18 months of practical experience with either power plants or airframes, or 30 months of practical experience working on both at the same time. As an alternative to this experience requirement, you can graduate from an FAA-Approved Aviation Maintenance Technician School.


3. And you must pass three types of tests;

    - 3 mutable choice written tests (airframe, engine, and general)

    - An oral test

    - A practical test


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